Posted by IAtractorKid on October 20, 2012 at 17:40:29 from (22.214.171.124):
I have what I believe is a Kewanne 144 disk with what were 16" blades on the front and 18" on the back. I need to replace a few on the front, and was wondering if I could put all new 18" blades on the front? Seems like they wear faster and would give me all new sharp blades doing the initial cutting. Rear blades are between 17 and 17.5" now.
Secondly, the bearings are rusted on. They have a round cast housing over them that does not give me much to pry against and I dont want to break that casting. Whats the procedure or best way for getting those blades off? Thanks!!
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